CANS, GRAND MAGUS, LEFAY Confirmed For Sweden's 2000 DECIBEL Festival
CANS, GRAND MAGUS, LEFAY and MÅNEGARM are the latest bands confirmed for the fifth edition of the 2000 Decibel festival, which is scheduled to take place on May 21-22 in Bengtsfors, Sweden (180 km north of Gothenburg). It is the first time the festival will be a two-day event. Thirty-five bands will play on three different stages.
CANS, the solo project of HAMMERFALL singer Joacim Cans, will play their first-ever live show at 2000 Decibel. Among the musicians backing Joacim during the gig will be his HAMMERFALL colleague Stefan Elmgren as well as Metal Mike Chlasciak (ex-HALFORD) on guitars.
The complete list of acts currently scheduled to perform at the festival is as follows:
ABLAZE MY SORROW
GOD AMONG INSECTS
PAIN OF SALVATION
What makes 2000 Decibel special is the fact that it is the only festival that is totally dedicated to Swedish hard rock and metal. If you visit the festival you will get the chance to see some of the best bands that Sweden has to offer.
For more information, visit the festival's homepage at www.mfdecibel.com.
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